Revolution in Seattle?
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 23 21:23:17 EST 2006
I would think that there would be several users on campus downtown.
Adam Engst, publisher of TidBits Newsletter (tidbits.com) might have local
contacts. He as been a Mac activist (I think, in Seattle) back in the
Also Matt Neuburg <matt at tidbits.com> might be a point of email contact.
Just not sure what he is up to these days.
Just down the road in Portland is a sizeable user group, PMUG, whose web
site is http://www.pmug.org/. They are very active (about 800 members),
have their own BBS, and do two marvelous special meetings a year at Silver
Falls Park ( http://www.pmug.org/pages/camp.html).
Contacting them might locate some Seattle-based Rev users.
On 3/23/06 5:24 PM, "Jim MacConnell" <jmac at consensustech.com> wrote:
> I live in Seattle but am a casual user/perpetual newbie to Rev. There
> is so much more to Rev than I can address that someone else would
> probably be a better choice to demo it.... . But I'd love to
> participate anyway. Wold this be ab excuseto jump to 2.7? I'm still
> 2.2.1'ing it.
> James H. MacConnell
> Consensus Technology, LLC
> 2200 N. 77th St.
> Seattle, WA 98103-4928
> Tel: 206.524.8555
> Fax: 206.524.3034
>> Got any idea how many Revolution users there might be in the
>> Seattle area?
>> Or good sources for demonstrations?
>> At Seattle's Mac user group dBug <http://www.dbug.org> we are
>> giving some
>> thought to demonstrating Rev at a meeting. I'm trying to find good
>> to support such an activity.
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